Police Chief Doreen Jokerst

When faculty and staff notice behaviors of concern

Feb. 2, 2023

CU Boulder Police Chief Doreen Jokerst wants to remind faculty and staff how to recognize and report behaviors of concern, including information about how CUPD and the university respond once authorities are made aware.

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Joint statement from Boulder County law enforcement agencies on death of Tyre Nichols

Jan. 27, 2023

The CU Boulder police join the Boulder police, Louisville police, Lafayette police, Longmont Public Safety, Boulder County Sheriff’s Office and district attorney’s office in a statement about the sickening and disheartening actions of the Memphis police officers and fire medics involved in the death of Tyre Nichols.

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5 winter drinking safety tips

Jan. 25, 2023

While it’s technically the beginning of spring semester, winter weather is likely to stick around for a few more months. Here are five winter tips to consider if you plan on partying or drinking this semester.

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3 things everyone should know about stalking

Jan. 24, 2023

January is Stalking Awareness Month. Sometimes it can be hard to know where to draw the line between annoying, clingy interactions and stalking. Here are a few things everyone should know about stalking.

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Emergency alerts now available to employees in multiple languages

Jan. 17, 2023

CU Boulder employees can elect to receive certain emergency and campus closure messages in Spanish, Chinese (simplified and traditional) and Hindi. Department human resources reps are asked to help those who may need assistance selecting their language preference.

Chase Cromwell with officers Gabe Ross and Dorie Schram at a Coffee with a Cop event

Understanding bias, engaging with people with disabilities the focus of new police training

Dec. 13, 2022

University police are continuing to explore ways to resolve issues while treating all members of the campus community with respect and dignity.

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FSAP counselors certified to help first responders

Dec. 6, 2022

Four CU Boulder Faculty & Staff Assistance Program counselors recently completed specialized training to better provide mental health support for members of the university’s police department.

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Coming soon: Opt to receive emergency alerts in Spanish, Chinese and more

Nov. 30, 2022

CU Boulder employees will soon be able to receive certain emergency and campus closure messages in Spanish, Chinese and Hindi. Other languages are being reviewed for compatibility with the university’s alerts system.

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CU Boulder piloting expanded emergency notification area for campus community

Nov. 15, 2022

Campus officials will now send alerts for dangerous off-campus incidents, partnering with the Boulder Police Department to share information quickly.

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CU Boulder students, employees to be added to countywide alerts system

Nov. 8, 2022

Everbridge alerts are sent for emergencies based on one's local address. CU Boulder students and employees are encouraged to make sure their information is up to date in the Buff Portal and MyCUInfo, respectively, by Nov. 18.